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Marriage: Illustrated with Crappy Pictures - cover

Marriage: Illustrated with Crappy Pictures

Amber Dusick

Publisher: Harlequin Nonfiction

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Summary

“Funny and flattering quote from loving, supportive, perfect husband.”—Crappy HusbandMARRIAGE: ILLUSTRATED WITH CRAPPY PICTURES provides much-needed laughs about coping with another person's hygiene habits, cleaning rituals (including their ritual of not cleaning), financial decisions, cooking quirks and everything else that makes your spouse weird and annoying special and perfect in every way.
Available since: 12/30/2014.
Print length: 223 pages.

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